An article by our founder Frank Beliën, on how the project once started, and what the future holds for Living Tomorrow.
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Within 18 months, we will open a new Innovation Campus that will be built with 80 partners from different sectors. Among them, we have many construction partners whose innovations demonstrate a variety of solutions in terms of sustainability. The common factor: a long term approach which has a direct impact on the problems we face as society. These companies are fulfilling their role as role models, so we are particularly proud that they are involved in our project.
Tuesday, March 16, 2021. Day on day 26 years after Bill Gates visited our first campus. What moment is more suitable to anchor our plans for the future?
It must be the slowest trend of the last decade. For years, mobility experts, trend watchers and policy makers have been announcing that we will all be driving electric cars in the near future.
Smart Cities. A term about which there is a lot to do. But how do you make the city of the future tangible?
The mobility & transportation sector has undergone several evolutions which had a significant impact on the organisations and companies operating in it. The speed of these changes increases dramatically.
IoT, cobots, epigenomics, extended reality,… The future is changing while we are in the thick of it. New technologies are entering our living rooms. What impact do they have? And what kind of benefits do they offer us? When data enter our living environment, flexibility, comfort and convenience are key.
As Living Tomorrow, we believe in continuous improvement and learning, also for ourselves. That's why we selected a brand new advisory board.
Over the past few months, Living Tomorrow, which has already been one of Europe’s major innovation players for over 25 years, has brought together as many as 30 innovative companies and organisations to realise an innovative vision based around 5 themes: smart homes & consumer services, smart mobility, smart health & care, smart buildings and smart cities & industry.
With advancements in generative design, software algorithms, and robotic construction, the current construction processes are going to change quite a bit over the next three to ten years.